In this guide, we explore the WordPress security plugin to monitor and protect your website from brute-force attacks, prevent spam comments, and increase login security.
In this article, you will learn insights about malware attacks and know important tips to stay safe from these attacks.
Malware, short for malicious software, are programs engineered to gain unauthorized access to data, systems, and networks, paralyze their normal working operations or destroy them.
When you send an email from your WordPress site, the default sender name is set to “WordPress”. In this guide, you will learn how to change the default sender name of outgoing emails.
In this guide, we explain how to install and configure the Cloudflare SSL certificate on cPanel based hosting like GoDaddy.
You often face a graphic problem after installing a new plugin when it doesn’t integrate properly into the design of your site. In this article, we introduce you to an essential plugin to keep full control and change the appearance of your site.
In this guide, you will learn how to translate a WordPress plugin or theme into your language using Poedit which is a free program to write translations.
In this guide, you will learn how to migrate a WordPress site from one hosting to another hosting without using any plugin.
Browser caching is very important to improve your website loading speed when the visitors repeatedly visit your website.
In this guide, we will learn how to enable and set up an infinite scroll for blog posts using the Jetpack plugin in a WordPress site.
In this guide, we will add a live chat widget to a WordPress site where the visitors can send their messages in real-time.
Here, we will create a simple custom plugin to add tawk.to chat widget in your WordPress site. Tawk.to is a live chat software for websites and is also free of cost.